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LINKTV
Oct 8, 2012 8:00am PDT
donations of $250 or less. at a fund-raiser in los angeles on sunday, president obama mocked romney for vowing to cut funding to pbs. >> when he was asked what he would do to cut spending, he said he would go after public television. so for all of you moms and kids out there, don't worry, someone is finally cracking down on big bird. elmo has made a run for the border. governor romney plans to let wall street run wild again, but he is bringing the hammer down on "says mystery." >> five alleged backers about, have been extradited to the u.s. from britain after long-running legal battles. muslim cleric, abu hamza al- masri, and watch others arrived after the european court of human rights rejected their appeals. he's been years in prison in britain on a conviction of inciting racial hatred and soliciting murder. a federal grand jury indicted him in 2004 on allegations of supporting al qaeda and aiding a fatal kidnapping in yemen. his lawyers had appealed his a extradition to the u.s. by citing european statutes barring inhumane and degrading treatment. two others were arrested after t
WHUT
Oct 25, 2012 6:00pm EDT
were approached by the district attorney from los angeles county, steve cooley, a republican and tough on crime and one of the leading proponents of the death penalty in california. and the naacp legal defense fund, one of the most progressive supports organizations in the country. between some professors at stanford, steve cooley's office in los angeles, and in the naacp legal defense fund, we crafted prop 36. i think it keeps the core of the three strikes law, life sentences for violent crimes -- we're not changing that. but it eliminates life sentences for nine series, nonviolent crimes. >> grover norquist supports it? >> he does. so does george shultz. and other leading republicans throughout california and the country because i think they realize first of all it is a waste of money, proposition 36 will save california over $100 million every year. but even more important, it is just down effective government policy. it is not effective public safety. >> i want to turn to those who argue in favor of the three strikes law. this is california state senator tom harman speaking to the
WHUT
Oct 11, 2012 6:00pm EDT
legal representation. in july 2004, the los angeles times did an article about the lab and the culture of the lab. in that article, made reference to my situation. that was the time i was in typical isolation, for eight months. even after the article came out, the laboratory did not change its practices with respect to keeping the isolated without any job assignments. >> what do you think is must import for people to know both about what happened to you and about what you expense? >> the taxpayer needs to understand that we are at the front lines in terms of the employees of these institutions. the auditors, in particular, and investigators. our job is to root out fraud, waste, and abuse and to identify weaknesses that could lead to fraud, waste, and abuse. when we are retaliated for doing our job, the taxpayer ultimately pays the price with higher costs, cost overruns. secrets that get lost in misplaced and do not get reported. help and environmental concern issues. who is at the front line if not the workers in terms of identifying risky practices that might contaminate the e
WHUT
Oct 10, 2012 6:00pm EDT
retail worker strike in walmart's 50- year history. the strike began last rick los angeles and has spread to stores in dallas, seattle, the san francisco bay area, miami, the washington, d.c. area, sacramento, chicago, and orlando. walmart workers are not unionized and have long complained of poor working conditions and inadequate wages. according to organizers, employees are protesting company attempts to "silence and retaliate against workers for speaking out for improvement on the job." this is walmart associate carlton smith speaking in june at walmart's annual shareholder meeting in bentonville, arkansas. >> made a commitment the the rapinoe retaliation for association if we choose to organize together to help walmart better, but we continue to expense retaliation against associates who speak out for change. >> some striking walmart associates plan to protest again today at a walmart annual investor meeting at its headquarters in arkansas. walmart did not respond to our request for comment. to find out more but the significance of the strike, we go to bentonville, arkansas, to
WHUT
Oct 30, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. [captioning made possible by democracy now!] tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley.
WHUT
Oct 18, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. then we're moving on tomorrow to los angeles. i will be speaking at the immanuel presbyterian church tomorrow night at 8:00 -- 7:00. on saturday, we are traveling through california. right now we turn to a major new exposÉ on the cover of the nation magazine called, "mitt romney's bailout bonanza: how he made millions from the rescue of @etroit." investigative reporter greg palast reveals a republican presidential nominee made at least $15 million on the auto bailout and that three of romney's top donors made more than $4 billion for their hedge funds from the bailout. he filed this report for "democracy now!" >> detroit, motor city, mo town. 2009, the auto industry's collapse and bailouts filled the news. general motors, once the world's largest corporation, died today. >> bailout is a dirty word these days. a >> bailout of the auto industry. >> of the money returned. >> just over two months ago, i spoke with you and the challenges facing our auto industry. i laid out what needed to be done to save two of america's most storied automakers. general motors and chrysler. >> a part of
LINKTV
Oct 23, 2012 4:00pm PDT
sonrisa de tu padre angel. de veras, la misma sonrisa. yo los dejé un momento para llamar al hotel. quería saber si pedro había dejado allí mi cartera. y sí, allí está. bueno, debo regresar. se deben estar preguntando por qué tardo tanto. raquel regresa a la alegre reunión entre tío y sobrinos. ella no sabe lo que ha pasado en esta casa entre otro tío y sus sobrinos. pero uds. lo saben, ¿no? ¿y carlos se fue así? ¿no te dio ninguna explicación? no, ninguna. ¿no lo has visto esta mañana? no, no he visto ni a carlos ni a gloria. era la agente de bienes raíces. un empresario de los estados unidos está interesado en comprar la gavia. ahora, ¿qué estará pasando en la casa de ramón? ¿encontró carlos a gloria? ¿adónde fue ell ipapá! hola. papá, ¿dónde está mamá? salió, carlitos. ¿tardará mucho en regresar? no, hijito. no tardará mucho. se fue otra vez de viaje, ¿verdad? sí, carlitos, está... de viaje. pero regresará pronto, ¿eh? ya les daré una explicación a todos. es hora de que sepan la verdad. ( suspira ) captioned by the caption center wgbh
WHUT
Oct 2, 2012 6:00pm EDT
killed people. we have had people in new york, chicago, los angeles -- these are what i know of -- who wish to people over parking spots. what kind of sense to have to let everyone have a gun? i am not against the old testament, but i get so tired of it -- and i for an eye. somebody said much better than i did appear that leaves everyone line. the time for guns have passed. cars and guns, the two things you do not need. >> do you have a message for president obama or mitt romney? >> neither one of them is standing up for something and that is disgusting. if you are not concerned about gun violence, what are you concerned about? >> niki giovanni, distinguished professor at virginia tech. that does it for our broadcast. tune in on wednesday for extended coverage of the presidential debate. we will air the debate and's fet questions to discuss the question with two individuals left out of the debate, and jill stein and rocky anderson. stein and rocky anderson. democracynow.org
LINKTV
Oct 23, 2012 9:00am PDT
the true one?" and lo and behold, a divine personage occurs to him- the angel moroni- and reveals these ancient plates that were buried in upstate new york, and he's given powers to translate them. and on these plates comes the book of mormon. and what does the book of mormon do? it places the mormons in the center of god's drama, right on the american frontier, which has absolutely unlimited potential. so you take spiritual power, a divine plan, revealed mythically, supernaturally, to a people who are then called upon to build zion, to build god's kingdom on earth, right at a time- and we're talking here, you know, jacksonian democracy- heading out across the frontier, building the great nation because god wants us to. well, what are the mormons going to do? they're going to restore the true christian church on earth. so with that kind of mythic power- and you know, we talked about doctrine guiding myth- but with that kind of mythic power behind them, the story then becomes absolutely fascinating in terms of what they were able to put up with. just a little bit more of the histor
LINKTV
Oct 31, 2012 4:00pm PDT
con nosotros. ¿quieres que mis padres vayan también? bueno, ellos han venido de los angeles para verte seré injusto que los dejáramos plantados ¿no te parece? arturo, eres muy comprensivo. ¿qué te parece si esperamos a que ellos lleguen y les preguntamos qué desean hacer? bueno, muy bien. pero mientras tanto nosotros podemos ir viendo posibilidades. aquí tengo mucha información: playas, horarios de vuelos, hoteles, ¿eh?... ¿me puedo sentar? ay, por supuesto. ¿qué tal? que vengo de la gavia y decidí pasar a verlos de camino a casa. ¿y angela y roberto? están descansando. ahora no más deben bajar. ¿saben algo de don fernando? pues sí, pero... las noticias no son muy buenas. arturo: ¿ya se saben los resultados de las pruebas? el especialista no nos ha dado esperanzas. ¿quiere decir que va a seguir internado en el hospital? no. el especialista dice que ya no hay nada que hacer. mañana lo llevaremos a la gavia. en estas circunstancias yo creo que angela, roberto y ud., arturo deberían ir a la gavia mañana mismo. arturo: de acuerdo. ¿tú también vendrás? sí, por su
LINKTV
Oct 29, 2012 4:00pm PDT
esta noche que podamos encontrar a angel en puerto rico. arturo: yo también les pido lo mismo y que esta persona, esta mujer sea parte importante de mi vida y que yo sea parte importante de su vida también. luis: ¿no te alegras? es un buen trabajo... una gran oportunidad. pero, luis, eso significa que tienes que irte a vivir a nueva york. iclaro! inos vamos a nueva york! yo no puedo, luis. me falta un año para graduarme. yo no puedo irme ahora. pero es que yo tengo que ir. quiero irme. no pienso perder esta oportunidad. sí... entiendo. buenos días. buenos días, señor. ¿se le ofrece algo? sí, por favor. quiero hacer reservaciones para dos para ir a zihuatanejo. ¿para cuándo, señor? para este fin de semana... no, digo para el próximo. mmm. ¿cuánto tiempo piensa quedarse? unos dos o tres días nada más. pues, le podemos ofrecer un plan que incluye el hotel las palmas que... ¿no hay unas cabañas? un amigo me habló de unas cabañas en zihuatanejo. ah, sí... las urracas. son ideales para la gente que quiere pasarse unas vacaciones románticas. pues, eso es lo que yo qu
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